Open tip match bullets are usually not really designed to expand in tissue. The jackets are often heavier than normal and the open tip smaller than those designed for varmints.
Based on my experience shooting rockchucks and deer with that caliber, the soft point bullets are consistently better than hollow points. The front section of the hollow point will often just fold, when the soft point will actually expand. On the other hand, it may expand too violently at close range on a larger animal and give insufficient penetration. So it depends on what you are planning to shoot.
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